Selkirk News and Alerts

2017 Waterfront Concert Series

Let the Good Times Roll City of Selkirk Rolls Out 2017 Waterfront Concert Series Line Up Summer nights in the City of Selkirk are due to warm up very soon with the launch of the 2017 Waterfront Concert Series. The event calendar for 2017 has now been finalized and will include five showcase evenings to…

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Victoria Day

All offices of the City of Selkirk will be closed for Victoria Day, Monday, May 22, 2017. Public Hearings and Regular Meeting of Council will be held on Tuesday, May 23 at the regularly scheduled times. Also, please be advised that Selkirk Transit and Selkirk Mobility services will not be operational on May 22 in lieu…

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City’s Creative Use of Development Agreements Recognized

The City of Selkirk was recognized for its innovative and creative use of development agreements when it was asked to present at the Manitoba Professional Planners Institute’s annual Planning Conference, held May 10-12 in Winnipeg. Selkirk CAO Duane Nicol spoke at a workshop about how the city has successfully used the development agreement process to mitigate…

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Spring Weight Restrictions

Spring Weight Restrictions 2017 – Lifted

Spring Weight Restrictions Now Lifted City of Selkirk – Public Notice The public is hereby advised the 2017 Spring Weight Road Restrictions will be lifted as of midnight, May 12, 2017 for all affected streets in the City of Selkirk.   The purpose of Spring Road Restrictions is to protect roadways from damage during spring thaw…

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Selkirk Certified Fair Trade Town

The movement has taken hold in the City of Selkirk. Thanks to the tremendous support of local businesses, community groups and engaged youth, the city has officially earned its designation as a Fair Trade Town. Selkirk Mayor Larry Johannson joined the entire city council in making the announcement at a special ceremony at Ecole Selkirk…

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